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If You Have Cancer and Have Taken the Heartburn Medication Zantac, You May be Entitled to Significant Compensation

• The FDA has issued a recall on Zantac because it was found to contain high levels of the probable human carcinogen Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA)
• The makers of Zantac failed to notify the public of this chemical in their product, choosing to gain profit rather than keep consumers safe





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FDA Removes Zantac From Shelves Over Probable Human Carcinogen NDMA

In April of 2020, the FDA determined that Zantac posed a risk to public health due to high amounts of the chemical NDMA. NDMA is a chemical used to make rocket fuel, as well as purposely induce cancer in lab animals for medical studies. NDMA is considered a probable human carcinogen by both the World Health Organization (WHO), and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
The FDA permits a daily intake of 96 nanograms of NDMA, but testing revealed each tablet contained over 3,000,000 nanograms. That’s 3,000 times greater than the FDA’s intake limit.
The makers of Zantac have made billions from the drug, and had information that Zantac contained NDMA as early as 1981. They failed to warn consumers, doctors, or government regulators of the risk, and chose to gain profit rather than keep consumers safe.

Types of Cancers Linked to Zantac

Currently these are the known cancers associated with Zantac:
• Bladder cancer • Breast cancer • Colon cancer • Esophageal cancer • Gastric/stomach cancer • Kidney cancer • Liver cancer • Pancreatic cancer • Prostate cancer
If you or a loved one has one of these types of cancer, and used Zantac, contact us today to see if you’re eligible for significant compensation.

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